Drug, disease and toxicology information for health care professionals. Databases included are DISEASEDEX, DRUGDEX, POISINDEX and REPRORISK. Also includes NeoFax and Pediatrics, evidence-based drug information for neonatal and pediatric health professionals.
Evidence-based information about complementary and alternative therapies. Validated rating scales are used to evaluate the quality of available evidence. Monographs undergo blinded editorial and peer review prior to inclusion.
Includes information on drugs and other chemicals to which breastfeeding mothers may be exposed as well as levels of such substances in breast milk and infant blood, and the possible adverse effects in the nursing infant
Social Work Abstracts Plus provides two unique databases in one subscription: Social Work Abstracts and The Register of Clinical Social Workers. Social Work Abstracts contains information on the fields of social work and human services from 1977 to present.
Family & Society Studies Worldwide database provides the most comprehensive coverage of research, policy, and practice literature in the fields of Family Science, Human Ecology, Human Development, and Social Welfare.
The site presents a step-by-step approach to patient, current examination techniques, and normal and abnormal findings. Video footage features standardized patients that represent various age groups, backgrounds, and conditions. Includes keyword search for quick access, ability to email a clip, and PDF transcripts.
Includes fully illustrated, step-by-step techniques that outline the correct performance of the physical examination and an easy-to-follow two-column format featuring examination techniques and abnormalities.
Multi-layer graphics of the human body. Includes animated graphical simulations of common muscle movements, information for patients with explanatory text. Movies/animations can be played using Windows Media player, QuickTime, or RealPlayer.
An interactive human anatomy resource using images, labels and descriptions, to teach human anatomy to students and as a place to review anatomy for students beginning clinical rotations, USMLE preparation, etc.